Recent posts from: RB3A Riobamba 6-15-2019


Riobamba in the rearview


It’s so hard to believe that our last full day in Ecuador is almost over! Today a few of us woke up at 5:40am to catch the sunrise, only to find the sky over Chimborazo in tears over our departure. So instead, we played cards on the roof until wake up call, and...

CAP Day 3


Today began like any other: 7:30am wake up, 8:10 breakfast, yet there was something lingering in the air after last night’s nightly meeting. The sentiment arose that CAP Day 3 would contain a lot of last. The leaders of the day, Jared, the funny one, and Max, the true...

RB3A Return Trip Information


Hello Families and Friends of RB3A Glimpsers, We know you are all eager to see your students return home! We thought we would share a reminder about the return flight information so you know when and where to pick them up from the airport once they’ve arrived....

CAP Day 2


CAP Day 2 Today we woke up ready to put in hard work into our Community Action Project. We walked to Mama Isabel’s restaurant. She always cooks with her heart to ensure that we are well fed and well loved (20/5 stars on Yelp). Once we were done with breakfast, Victor...

CAP Day 1 Community Action Project


CAP Day 1 – Community Action Project Today’s leaders of the day were Hannah and Jude We started off the day bright and early at 7:30am to kick off our Community Action Project. Our CAP included completing a previous delegations ramp and creating a garden that students...

Free Day and English Tutoring


  Today we had a free day! First, we went to breakfast where ìsabele prepared a lovely meal for us. We had yogurt, bread, guava juice, beef, and granola. Then, the accounting team went shopping for our supplies for the CAP project, while everyone else got a head...

Working like a Local


  The leaders of the day today were Carter and Tyler. We started the day by waking up at 7:00. We then left for Roma Santa and ate breakfast! We had toast, watermelon, scrambled eggs, and papaya. We then left for San Pablo Alto, a potatoes field with a great view of...